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Fed's Yellen says rate hike likely appropriate in coming months
The U.S. Federal Reserve should raise interest rates "in the coming months" if economic growth picks up as expected and jobs continue to be generated, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Friday.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 2:07 PM
The Week Ahead: Canadian GDP data, Saskatchewan budget
BNN sets up the week ahead to highlight what investors should be expecting.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 1:31 PM
Why trading up in Canada’s hottest housing markets is harder than it used to be
Buy a starter home. Build some equity and your career. Then maybe some babies enter the picture. It’s time to trade up to that next-level home. That used to be the preset course for many Canadians, but that narrative appears to be coming undone in the country’s hot housing markets.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 1:22 PM
Verizon and unions reach tentative deal to end labour strike
Verizon Communications Inc and unions representing nearly 40,000 wireline workers have reached a tentative deal to end a strike that has stretched for more than month, U.S. Secretary of Labour Thomas Perez said on Friday.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 2:05 PM
Monsanto boss could net US$70 million from a Bayer takeover
Monsanto boss Hugh Grant could land more than $70 million if the world's largest seed company is taken over by German chemicals giant Bayer AG.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 1:03 PM
Canadian class action claims Johnson's baby powder failed to warn of health risk
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Johnson & Johnson over an alleged link between its baby powder products and ovarian cancer in adult women who used the product for long periods of time.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 11:45 AM
Ottawa posts $2B deficit for fiscal year as income tax revenue falls in March
The federal government posted a deficit in line with what was projected in its spring budget as personal and corporate income tax revenue fell in March.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 11:19 AM
Bell to pay $11.8M in rebates after Competition Bureau's text messaging investigation
Bell will pay $11.82 million to its current and past customers after a Competition Bureau investigation into the telecom's premium text messaging charges.
Posted on 5-27-2016 at 11:06 AM

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